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A series of essays by progressive scholars offers a penetrating critique of current US foreign policy. This second biannual volume portrays the challenges and questions facing Americans and their government at a time when a new global order is being defined by transnational corporations, when the dimensions of US military power bear little relation to threats, and when most global crises call for international solutions. The volume outlines the principles, practices, and policy alternatives that would help to make the US a more responsible global leader and global partner. Its provocative essays, comprehensive charts and graphs, and topical sidebars should make it a useful reference book for foreign policy analysts and advocates, policy makers, and academics.